RECOMMENDED: guy material Alexis Hall costs $ 1.99! Carrie reviewed this and gave B +:
I thought this book was cute. He had real depth. There were characters who angered me. Sometimes those characters were really horrible people, and sometimes they were good people who made mistakes (hello, Lucai, you mess). Sometimes the book made me sad. Most of the time it made me faint and laugh just as much – great stress!
One (fake) guy
Practically perfect in every way
Lucas O’Donnell is tangential and reluctantly known. The parents of his rock star divorced when he was young, and a father he had never met spent the next twenty years in and out of rehabilitation. Now that his dad is back, Luke is back in public and one compromising photo is enough to ruin everything.
To clean up his image, Luke has to find a beautiful, normal relationship … and Oliver Blackwood is as nice and normal as it comes. He is a lawyer, an ethical vegetarian and has never inspired a scandal in his life. In other words: the perfect guy material. Unfortunately, in addition to being gay, lonely and really, in dire need of a date for a big event, Lucas and Oliver have nothing in common. So they agree to be publicly friendly (fake) guys until the dust settles. Then they can go different ways and pretend it never was.
But the thing about fake dates is that it can look like real dating. And then getting used to something. Start liking them. Never want to run them.
Make a call
RECOMMENDED: Call The price of Mr. Djèlí Clark is $ 2.99! I remember choosing this one for the previous “Hide Your Wallet” and I think it’s one of the most impressive cover designs I’ve seen. It’s a historical fiction / horror novel and I really enjoyed it.
Nebula, Locus and Alex award winner P. Djèlí Clark is back with Make a call, a historical short story of dark fantasy that gives a supernatural twist to the management of the horror of the Ku Klux Clan.
DW Griffith is a sorcerer and The birth of the nation is a spell that draws the darkest thoughts and desires from the heart of America. Now the clan, gaining power and famous, has a plan to reveal hell on Earth.
Fortunately, Maryse Boudreaux has a magical sword and a fairy-tale head. When she doesn’t use luggage whiskey through Forbidden Georgia, she fights monsters called Ku Kluxes. It’s damn good for her too. However, in order to deal with this constant evil, she must travel between worlds to face the nightmares that have become flesh and her demons. Together with a nasty sharp shooter and Harlem Hellfighter, Maryse seeks to save the world from the hatred that would consume it.
The truth about dukes
The truth about dukes Grace Burrowes costs $ 1.99! This is historical romance and the fifth book Unfair wealth series. The hero and the heroine used to know each other in difficult times, and now they need them again. Lots of catnip!
The new duke and woman, who has the secret of her past, gets a second chance to make love in this wonderful and charming romance of Regency. New York time author of the bestselling series Windham.
Robert Rothmere hides a past that no duke should have endured, but he does not hide it well enough. Sooner or later, his enemies will find out that he spent years locked up in a private shelter. To get into his wealth, they will try to send him back to the worst nightmares. If Robert wants to thwart their plans, he needs to immediately marry a perfectly fit, blissfully boring, deadly boring princess – and he knows exactly which quietly charming lady would entrust this role to.
Lady Constance Wentworth has developed a reputation for complete oblivion. She never speaks in a row (in public), never has bold thoughts (which she admits out loud) and never comes close to a courtesy scandal … as far as anyone knows. But her path intersected Robert years ago, and she never forgot the extraordinary length he traveled to protect her when she had no friend in the world. She longs to be his loyal princess … but knows little that it would be utter madness to marry her.
Sisters Grimmos Menna van Prague costs $ 1.99! It’s a modern fantasy where four witch sisters find each other and gather against their evil father. There seems to be some difference in whether it’s YA. It’s not published as a YA imprint, but I think people automatically think the main characters are 18 years old, it falls into that genre. (I categorically disagree with that, but it’s outrage next time.)
Critically acclaimed author of the book House at the end of Vilties Street combines love, mystery and magic with her first journey into enchanting fantasy with a dark landscape reminiscent of VE Schwab and Neil Gaiman.
Once upon a time, a demon who wanted earthly dominion had an army of dark daughters to help him ruin humanity. . .
As a child, Goldie, Liyana, Scarlet, and Bea dreamed of a strange otherworld: a nocturnal view of fog and fog, eternally falling leaves, and hungry ivy illuminated by an immovable moon. Here, in this shadowy Everywhere, four girls, half-sisters, combined with blood and magic, began to cultivate their natural powers together. But at the age of thirteen, the sisters were robbed of Everwhere and divorced. Now, five years later, they are looking for each other and eager to rediscover their unique and supernatural strengths. Goldie (earth) manipulates plants and gives life. Liyana (water) controls rivers and rain. Scarlet (fire) has electricity at hand. Bea (air) can fly.
To reach their full potential, the blood sisters must return to the land of childhood dreams. But everywhere is accessible only through certain gates at 3:33 a.m., on the night of the New Moon. As Goldie, Liyana, Scarlet, and Bea face the challenges of their earthly lives, they must prepare for the battle that awaits. On their eighteenth birthday, they will be gladiators fighting their father’s soldiers. If they survive, they will face their father, who will allow them to live only when it gets dark. What would be right if only the sisters knew what would come.
So they have thirty-three days to figure out who they really are and what they can really do before they have to fight to save themselves and those they love.
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